Carpark

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  1. Fate

    Fate TPF Noob!

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    Just two shots from a carpark in Plymouth :) shot on 35mm - Illford Pan 400.

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    Thankyou! :)
     
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    LaFoto Just Corinna in real life Staff Member Supporting Member

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    The first is ever sooo fascinating! The second is good too, but it doesn't captivate me in the way the first does, bringing out the rough texture of the concrete floor so well by the long shafts of light sweeping across it, and by the step-ladder light reflections on the far wall! So well spotted and exposed!
    Now do you also do all the darkroom work?
     
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    #1 is interesting. How much processing did you do on it?
     
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    Thanks :)

    I do all my own darkroom work :) the first one is pretty much a straight scan from the negative. all i did was dodge it a little bit to bring out some of the detail in the wall. The print i did (in the darkroom) is, i think, much nicer.. but its not too shabby for a scan :D
     
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    Really good job on the first shot. Good contrast.
     

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